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How Much Will Your Home Remodeling Project Cost?




If you’re considering a home makeover—whether for a single room or the entire house—one of the first questions on your mind is surely the impact the project will have on your bank balance. Every home and every project is different, so how much your specific renovation plans will cost depends on your individual circumstances, but we can still estimate the average costs of different types of home remodeling projects. So, if you want a basic idea of how much money you may need for your renovations, read on.



Bathroom Remodeling


Your bathroom is likely one of the smallest rooms in your house, but nonetheless, bathrooms come in all sizes and types. The cost to redo your bathroom will depend on the size of the room, as well as what exactly you’re looking to have done.



Half Bath Remodeling – $4,000 to $7,000


A half bath is a bathroom that only contains a toilet and sink—no shower or bathtub. Naturally, a half bath will almost always be smaller than a full bathroom, and it will also be significantly cheaper to remodel. If you’re looking to upgrade your half bath with a new design, complete with new tiling and fixtures, you can assume an average price of around $4,000 to $7,000. 


For a more precise estimate for your half bath renovations, fill out our quote form.



Full Bathroom Remodeling – $25,000 to $35,000


A full bathroom is the completed version of a half bath, decked out with a bathtub and shower or a combined shower-bath unit (if your bathroom only has a bathtub or a shower separately, it’s a “three-quarter bath”). 


Naturally, a remodeling project for a full bathroom will cost more than for a half bath, and not only because of the extra space but also the additional challenges of dealing with shower and bath appliances. Depending on the circumstances of your bathroom and remodeling ambitions, you may be looking at $25,000 to $35,000 for a full bathroom renovation project that includes new fixtures, tiling, and a fresh design.


If you want to get a better idea of what your specific full bathroom remodeling project will cost, get a quote from us.



Master Bathroom Remodeling – $34,000 to $44,000


A master bathroom is generally the most spacious in a house, connected directly to the master bedroom. Usually, a master bathroom is a full bathroom equipped with two sinks, and its shower and floor space is bigger than in a typical full bathroom. 


Given these tendencies, a remodeling project for a master bathroom will often fetch a higher price than for a regular full bathroom. We estimate that master bathroom renovations that introduce new fixtures and tiling alongside design updates may cost you around $34,000 to $44,000.


Use our quote form here to calculate a more accurate estimate for your master bathroom renovations.



Kitchen Remodeling – $50,000 to $70,000


The kitchen is often one of the most important rooms in a house—and one of the most complex, with a variety of appliances necessary for day-to-day life in the modern world. The way your kitchen looks and feels, as well as the quality of the appliances that adorn it, can make a huge difference in how you prepare and enjoy food at home, so although kitchen renovations don’t come cheap, the investment can absolutely be worth it.


If you want to fully redo your kitchen—a total makeover, with new flooring, fixtures, appliances, cabinets, lighting, and painting—you may be looking at spending between $50,000 and $70,000. Of course, this depends on how big your kitchen is and the precise nature of your remodeling plans, with new appliances in particular driving up the estimated price of your project.


How much will your specific kitchen remodeling project cost? We can provide a much more accurate estimate if you fill out our quote form here.



Roof Remodeling


We don’t often think about the roofs over our heads, but they’re a crucial part of a house. A nice, strong, sturdy roof is necessary to protect us from the elements, and a good-looking roof tops off the rest of our home’s look, with a lackluster roof capable of throwing off the entire aesthetic. Remodeling your roof can be a wise investment—but how much will it cost?



Shingle Roof Replacement – $22,000 to $28,000


If your shingle roof could use a replacement with nice, new, fresh shingles, it can be hard to know just how much that will cost. It depends on a range of factors, including the size and pitch of your roof, the type of shingles you’d like to have installed, and any additional work that may need to be done to your roof. Our estimates run from roughly $22,000 to $28,000.


It’s difficult to provide generic estimates for the cost of replacing a shingle roof—but you can get a personalized quote if you fill out our form here.



Skylight Replacement – $2,000 to $3,000


A skylight can be a truly luxurious addition to your home, allowing a burst of natural light into your space and helping you feel more connected to the elements around you. But sometimes you may need to replace your skylight. 


As with any other remodeling project, the precise cost depends on your individual circumstances, including the size and type of skylight, the glazing material, and the complexity of installation. Vented skylights with advanced features will naturally cost more to replace than basic, fixed skylights. For a standard-sized residential skylight, we estimate the replacement cost at about $2,000 to $3,000.


We can provide a more precise estimate to help you better budget for your skylight replacement—simply fill out our quote form with the details of your project.



Flat Roof Replacement – $22,000 to $28,000


If your house has a flat roof and you’d like to have it redone, the cost of your project will depend considerably on the roofing material you want to use. Built-up roofing (BUR) and modified bitumen are common materials for flat roofs and will generally be cheaper than other common materials such as thermoplastic olefin (TPO) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Given how much the prices can vary, it’s difficult to provide an estimate, but $22,000 to $28,000 might be a good ballpark figure.


There’s simply too much variation in the price of flat roof replacement projects to provide a one-size-fits-all estimate, so if you’d like to get a clearer picture of what it will cost for you, use our quote form here.



New Additions


Sometimes, home remodeling doesn’t mean changing the existing rooms in your house but adding entirely new ones onto your living space. Whether you have a new family member on the way, want to add a personal office room for increased productivity, or simply want to expand your home and its possibilities, adding new rooms to your house can change your home—and your life. So, how much will it cost?



Deck – $30,000 to $40,000


Whether you’re envisioning summer barbeque parties with the whole neighborhood or simply want to lounge in the sun with a good book, adding a deck to your house offers all sorts of possibilities. As usual, the size is the primary factor in determining how much it will cost to add a deck. Our estimate for a 12 by 16 foot composite deck using materials from Trex, a leading brand in composite deck materials, runs from $30,000 to $40,000.


Naturally, the size of your deck, among other factors, will significantly impact the cost of your project—so we invite you to fill out our quote form for a more accurate estimate.



Sunroom – $60,000 to $75,000


If you want to get more enjoyment out of life at home, a well-positioned sunroom can add no shortage of light and warmth to your day-to-day life. However, your new, window-filled space won’t necessarily come cheap. The bigger your sunroom, the more it will cost to install, but if you’re looking at a 14 by 20 foot sunroom, our estimates suggest you’ll pay around $60,000 to $75,000.


It’s important to have a solid overview of the expenses before you launch into the construction of your new sunroom, but we can’t offer you a precise estimate without knowing the details of your project. Fill out our quote form for a personalized estimate!



Basic new room – $250 to $500 per square foot


Maybe you need more space in your house for whatever reason—a new bedroom for a child on the way, a home office to expand your business, or a new bathroom to make life a little more comfortable. 


Since a new room can be anything you want it to be—any type of room, any size—it’s effectively impossible to provide price estimates. What we can say is that a new addition to your house can be expected to cost around $250 to $500 per square foot. Also, note that the cost of your new room can increase substantially if you’re adding a bathroom or a kitchenette, as you’ll need to consider the cost of appliances and their installation.


A rough estimate of the price per square foot can help you approximate the price of your new addition, but it’s best to obtain a more accurate quote so you can truly understand your budget. Tell us the details of your project in our quote form, and we’ll get you an estimate that better reflects your renovations.



Carport – $50,000 and $75,000


You have a home for yourself—but what about your cars? A carport can help protect your car from the elements—not to the degree that a garage does, but a carport is also much cheaper than a full-blown garage. Still, a carport isn’t exactly cheap. If you want to add a carport that can accommodate two cars, it will probably set you back between $50,000 and $75,000.


We can’t know how much your carport construction project will cost if we don’t know the details of your plans. Use our handy quote form to fill in the info and see a more accurate estimate for the expenses.



Washer and Dryer – $8,000 to $12,000


Adding a washer and dryer to your home can dramatically simplify day-to-day chores, allowing you to conveniently wash your clothes and sheets at home and eliminating the need for a drying rack that takes up space and increases humidity. Our estimated price range for adding a washer and dryer is $8,000 to $12,000, which includes the appliances themselves as well as the costs of the plumbing and electricity work necessary to set them up. If you need to make additional modifications to your house, such as adding a laundry room, the price will naturally increase.


Since the price can vary significantly depending on the models of washer and dryer you choose, as well as any modifications that may be necessary, it’s best to get a more exact quote before starting. Fill out our quote form to see a more precise estimate for adding a washer and dryer to your home.



Getting Started with Your Remodeling Project


Of course, there are all kinds of renovation projects you may be interested in for your humble abode. We’ve only listed some of the most common, along with generalized price estimates to give you a rough idea of how much your project may cost. 


If you want help scouting out the best contractors for your project in your area, let us help. If you fill out our quick questionnaire with the details of your remodeling plans, your budget, and your general location, we’ll put together a list of the most suitable contractors in your region, along with more precise quotes that take the specifics of your situation into account. Use our quote form today to see how much your specific home remodeling project will cost and move that much closer to your dream home!

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